Today’s Dietitian – One of my favorite Resources for RDNs
If there is one resource I wish I had during college, it is this magazine: Today’s Dietitian.
I had the Food and Nutrition Magazine and JAND coming in the mail, but the first wasn’t very meaty and the second was too dry. I read them now (as much as I can) but back then it just didn’t fit my student needs.
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Water Activity and Food Preservation
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Food science was by far one of my favorite classes. Scheduled in the last year of college, it felt like a reward for making it through all my other coursework . Although we learned a lot of cool, applicable things, my favorite concept was about water activity and food preservation. It was like everything I knew about food took on new meaning.
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The air is getting cooler, though the sun still shines bright and warm in the afternoon. By evening, I am ready to pretend it is the middle of winter and we all need to delve into a steaming crock pot of stew.
I don’t really like stew all that much, but the idea is nice.
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Today’s recipe was inspired by a restaurant favorite Kevin enjoys at a family-owned place in California: Chicken Tiki Masala. We go there almost every time we visit his parents. It was here that I learned something called “saag” could be delicious! Continue reading “Chicken Tiki Masala”